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't think it's very manley. that is like an ellen degeneres signature move here. >> it's ellen. >> that was ellen. i'm doing it poorly. there you go. fascinating video. >> psychologists who did it. >>> well, this next story will make you say no way and might be a little disturbing. a 3-d image and called pavement patty and it's meant to slow drivers down. it looks like an actual little girl running after a ball but it's a decal on the pavement. the girl's appearance rises from the ground and as you approach in your car. drivers at 18 miles per hour would have enough time to stop before hitting the hologram little girl. safety advocates created the little girl as part of a safety program. isn't that something? >>> well, snooki from "jersey shore" will be in a jersey shore courtroom from an hour and a half from now trying to prove that she was not annoying people. snooki annoying? >> never. >> she was creating a public nuisance back in july. running there? dancing there? flying there? how about eating soup to get there? delicious campbell's soups fill you with good nutrition, ene
? >> it can. if we can get it passed quickly. >> reporter: economist ellen zentner says it could provide a critical boost to a fragile economy. >> right now business investment spending is accounting for about 7-10% of economic growth. that's not chump change. >> reporter: even conservative economists embraced the idea. >> he should have proposed this right at the very beginning. >> reporter: kevin hassett of the american enterprise institute says the incentives could add as much as 10% to equipment spending, or about $100 billion. more importantly, he says, it could change the national mood. >> i think at some point americans are going to finally say that the worst is behind us and that we're ready to boom again and this is the kind of proposal that could change the psychology and create the positive momentum we need to really get out of this malaise. >> reporter: the white house says the final cost of the incentives would be about $30 billion. the administration is also proposing a permanent extension of the research and development tax credit. katie? >> couric: all right. anthony maso
, that's halliburton doing the seem ellening. are they pointing a finger at halliburton here? >> that's a clear finger being pointed on halliburton on that. i haven't been able to read into it far enough to find out where the decision was made to allow them to go ahead with that system. and, you know, the -- nitrogen apparently was not effective as they thought it would be. they think that the nitrogen sort of broke out or pocketed and created gaps in the cement. >> we heard in the days after the explosion about a pressure test that's showed anomalies. a pressure test was accepted. the well integrity was not established blaming both bp and pointing the finger at transocean. transocean being the people of the rig, people being contacted to drill the well. more shared blame in that instance. >> right. yeah. in that instance, again, the company man, the person representing bp usually has the ultimate decision in that although someone from transocean, if they suspect something is wrong, they certainly have the right to speak up and contradict the company man. >> i have only had a chance t
. they are dangerous. host: we will move on. ellen, pennsylvania. caller: good morning. that lady that was just on, she is the worst one going. i think that the tea party is a dirty name in it is so long. host: why? caller: the tea party gets a bad name, they are human beings and they have an opinion. host: what you think of "the wall street journal"? republicans need to be pragmatic? if you have a tea party candidate they cannot win in a general election, is it wise to vote for a more moderate republican? caller: yes. host: you do? caller: yes. host: would you call yourself a moderate? caller: i can, but i do not want to. you know why? there are so many hot heads on the other side. obama is doing so much for the unions and frankly, i think they will ruin my country. host: in this -- pennsylvania senate race, do you think that pat to me is a moderate? caller: i think that he is very sensible. host: james, democratic line, your next. caller: i think that the bankers are backing up the republican party. why? they are deliberately tying up the money. why? they want to republicans in. why? tax breaks. when
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